Bokeh 101: A Guide to Aperture & Styling Your Depth of Field
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 50M | 947 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Once you have the principles of photography in mind, it's important to learn how we can apply the theory to our own work. Many of us starting out want to be able to create a beautiful blurred or out of focus background- also known as a shallow depth of field and bokeh. But, how do we create it and how do we style it?

Like everything else from lighting to composition, choices are made. What choices are we making when we choose our lenses and f-stops? Do we want our subject to stand out from the background, compressing the background with a shallow depth of field? Or do we want the subject to be apart of their background with more in focus?

Testing and shooting is the only way to find out! So, join me to learn how we can make the right choices for our own look.

In this class, we look at:
A general overview of exposure and the principles of photography
Creating your own look in camera
Choosing lenses to enhance and change your depth of field
The control we have over lens compression and its relationship to our f/stop and exposure
Choosing appropriate backgrounds to maximize our depth of field
Getting experimental with vintage lenses

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